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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of arrange.


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  • But, as his brain arranges all the relevant data into a jumble of reasons why and how he's returned to her, the hurt confusion on her face registers.

    New Doctor/Rose Ficlet: STRAWBERRIES

  • And as is my wont, I sat up at precisely 3: 14 a.m. and marveled anew at how playfully, skillfully the brain arranges its thoughts when left to its own dreamy devices.

    A grief ago

  • What if someone who wants your work "arranges" for it to be copied?

    Artists, Photographers, and Writers, Wake Up!

  • A lithe, active Swartzman "arranges" a passive Kinoshita into various postures on the floor in a duet comprised of interlacing lifts, turns and caresses, with something both tender and coldly puppetlike about them.

    The Seattle Times

  • The decision is a blow to Thomas Dart, the sheriff of Illinois's Cook County, who argued the erotic services section of Craigslist violated prostitution laws because it "arranges" meetings and "directs" people to places where sex is sold.

    The Register

  • "arranges" end results, rather than simply treating everyone the same and letting the chips fall where they may.

    Articles on National Review Online

  • I also wanted China to receive financing from the U.S. Export-Import Bank, which arranges credit for foreign countries to buy American products.

    The Good Fight

  • Preparing for the 10:30 Sunday morning Mass, Carlotta, the parish cantor, arranges sheet music on a small stand to the left of the altar, on the square platform usually used by a band or choir.

    American Grace

  • How it touches you is between you and seiki; the transmitter only arranges the electrical connection, hooking up the wire to the outlet.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • Although Parma tells Dover she is engaged to someone in Spain, he arranges for her to be assigned to assist with the case.

    A Progressive on the Prairie » Book Review: Nibble & Kuhn by David Schmahmann » Print


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